"Buying guides, safety information, chainsaw videos and more! Your first stop for chainsaw research."
Browse chainsaw types:
Gas Chainsaws Electric Chainsaws Top-Handle Chainsaws Pole Chainsaws
Few products create more passion from consumers than chainsaws. Brand logos are tattooed on arms and their merits are heavily debated by "lumberjacks" all over the world. In order to assist consumers with their buying decision, we have produced buying guides, safety guides, videos and more!

Is an Electric Chainsaw Right for Me?

Published on August 24th

The traditional image of a chainsaw is a loud, motorized saw that requires gasoline and oil in order to operate. They're loud, produce a lot of exhaust and are not necessarily the ideal solution for all needs. However, electric chainsaws are quite different. These handy little devices can offer some...
click below to read more

» read full article

New Chainsaw Video: Getting Started

Published on July 6th

Husqvarna has created a new video which provides a new chainsaw owner with an overview of the chainsaw parts, safety, fuel & lubrication, the bar & chain, starting and air filter maintenance. ...
click below to read more

» read full article

City Focus: Burlington Chainsaw Dealers

Published on February 21st

Choosing where to buy your next chainsaw is much more important than you might expect. Yes, you read that right.  Using the wrong dealer can have some of these adverse effects:you might purchase the wrong model for your needs, you might not find a good brand of saw, your salesman might not be a...
click below to read more

» read full article

City Focus: Springfield, MO Chainsaw Dealers

Published on February 15th

Chainsaws are an essential tool for homeowners, landscapers, arborists, small business owners, etc.  Whether you are removing fallen trees, trimming limbs or cutting firewood, take a few minutes to research the best way to choose your new chainsaw.Choosing the Right Saw:The first consideration ...
click below to read more

» read full article

City Focus: Charleston Chainsaw Dealers

Published on February 10th

Chainsaws are vital pieces of equipment whether you are a homeowners, landowner, professional, etc.  While you can simply purchase a saw at almost any hardware store or lawn and garden center, you'll find that it is far better to work with a chainsaw dealer.  In this article, we take a loo...
click below to read more

» read full article

Chainsaw Sharpener

Published on February 3rd

Using a chainsaw puts wear on the blade -- it's inevitable. Over time, the blade will wear down until it is too dull to work effectively. However, by using chainsaw sharpeners, you can keep your blade sharp far longer and get the most life and use out of that blade before you have to change it out. ...
click below to read more

» read full article

recent message board posts
 
Welcome to Chainsaw.com...
by ChainsawAdmin
4
 
Starting 535
by hlstuart
0
 
what do you think of custom ch...
by jsbirsette6715
0
 
How to install an on/off switc...
by Rigger
0
 
double post...
by jellero
0
 
Old Remington won't start
by jellero
0
 
2009 Echo Chain Saw CS-400
by krmburgh
0
 
Where's Echo
by gfiorita
1


Chainsaw Dealer
Chainsaw Videos:
Anatomy of "Best-in-Class" Chainsaws...
Efficiency
Look for chainsaws that are easy to start and have a high power to weight ratio for better cutting capacity.

Best-in-class:
McCulloch's SoftStart.
Jonsered's Spin Start.
Husqvarna's X-Torq.
Ergonomics
Look for chainsaws with features that lower the amount of vibration that is transferred to the user.


Best-in-class:
Husqvarna's LowVib.
Poulan Pro's low virbration handles.
Safety
Chainsaws should protect you from kickback. Look for a chain brake system to help prevent serious injuries.

Best-in-class:
Husqvarna's TrioBrake.
Environment
Chainsaws should be as gentle on the enviroment as they are on you. Look for emission-reducing features.


Best-in-class:
Husqvarna's X-Torq.
RedMax's Strato-Charged.